Category Archives: Twins

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Blakely + Win…

Yesterday I had the great pleasure of photographing Blakely and Win, 9.5 month old twins!  When I called to talk to their Mommy before their session, and she said that the outfits she was thinking of using were from Play @ Planet Funk (In Northpark), I was giddy. PERFECT!

It was the perfect combination of beautiful kids, great clothes, a laid back Mom, and gorgeous weather. The results? Take a peek:

Of course, you KNOW I love any baby with a Sophie. The sweetest baby I never had the chance to meet first turned me on this fun little toy (and incredible charity), and I’ll be sure and buy a new one for our newest addition (36 weeks and counting!)

Look at these two darling babies!

(Mom said she loved how I am able to photograph babies eyes…Do you think she’ll be pleased?) ;)

A few quick funny ones…it’s tricky trying to get two nap-ready babies to be happy at the exact same time. See what I mean?

First you lose one, then get her back…only to lose her brother. Ahhh…such is life with twins!


Beck and Ella…

Beck and Ella had their six month session over the weekend, and pardon me while I take a minute, lean over, and bite on my computer monitor. (in the words of one of my favorite mommy bloggers) BABY CHUB, MUST NOM NOM.

Seriously…chubby legs, blue eyes, drooly smiles, chubby bellies, two of them, with chub, and bald heads, on top of chub.

Can’t. Help. My. Self.

To escape my annoying baby-love talk, just scroll down and feast your eyes on these two. NOM.

(and look! big sibilings! they have OTHER kids in their family! We should probably photograph them too…except LOOK AT THE CHUBBY BABIES!!!)


Beck + Ella

A little souvenier (or two) that I picked up in Mexico for the babies…it’s such fun to see these finally being worn.

Ella is what her Mommy and Daddy like to call “High Maintenance”. And with that-I am EXHAUSTED! Twins are most definitely twice the work. Once we got them to sleep, they were as cooperative as they could be. It was the nursing to sleep and KEEPING them asleep that was the challenge.

I am just so happy for Debbie and Brandon. She even mentioned coming back to work soon…and it took all I had to not fall at her feet and thank her profusely. I think she can tell that I miss her. :)